Caroline Munro! Christopher Lee! Godzilla! Space:1999! Doctor Who! Just some of the brilliant designs available on our fantastic range of Space Monsters Magazine T-shirts from the genre clothing experts at Great British Horror! Already a horror and sci-fi fan’s “must have” item, these exclusive T-shirts are selling like hot cakes across the galaxy. To order your T-shirt (either for yourself or a friend) just click on this LINK for more details – and remember, Great British Horror can ship these to most countries across the globe!
We’ve recently received messages and emails from monster movie magazine fans in the States saying they don’t know where they can buy Space Monsters in the good ol’ U.S. of A! But don’t worry guys and ghouls – Space Monsters is readily available in America from a number of sources!
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Space Monsters Magazine and Wyntercon are set to invade the first birthday celebrations of London Road’s Open Market with a feast of beasts, babes, and B-movies!
The Monster Market runs from July 18th through to July 31st inclusive from 10am to 5pm daily (closed Sundays). The stall includes a host of movie and television memorabilia, posters, DVDs and books, as well as Space Monsters Magazine and Space Monsters t-shirts. Many of these will be in exclusively discounted bundles or limited editions.
The stall will also be promoting the second annual Wyntercon.
Wyntercon is Eastbourne’s award-winning, multi-genre convention, encompassing fantasy, sci-fi, horror, and alternative culture for fans of all ages. Set in the historic and picturesque Winter Gardens, the convention runs from October 31st through to November 1st, and will feature a Magic: The Gathering tournament. Confirmed guests so far include comic artist Richard Starkings, publishing legend Dez Skinn, horror stars Caroline Munro and Emily Booth, genre entrepeneurCyberschizoid and actors Virginia Hey, Terry Molloy, Spencer Wilding, Pam Rose and Julian Seager.
The Open Market is located on London Road, Brighton BN1 4JU.
Space Monsters Magazine is for fans of classic sci-fi, horror, and fantasy movies and television – with an emphasis on scary monsters, B-movies, and sexy space babes. The very beast in features, exclusive artwork, interviews and retro reviews, Space Monsters Magazine consists of 80 packed pages of retro sci-fi, B-movies, and famous monsters. It’s available to buy in print directly from various outlets and the website, and is also available as a digital download.
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Due to popular request we are now offering high quality Space Monsters Magazine T-shirts exclusively via Great British Horror the classic & contemporary horror clothing company! Great British Horror have earned their reputation as the “go to” destination for horror T-shirts featuring iconic designs from American Werewolf in London, The Curse of Frankenstein, Dr Phibes, Hellraiser, Night of the Demon, Carrie, Dawn of the Dead, Zombie Flesh Eaters and many more!
Check out these Out of This World Space Monsters designs below featuring the best of our front cover art (by Woody Welch & Andy Lambert), never-seen-before variant cover designs and more. Click on the images below to get straight through to the Great British Horror website and place your order!
Ltd Edition – Rare Space Monsters issue 1 Space:1999 design.
Space Monsters issue 2 Emily Booth vs It! The Terror From Beyond Space design (without logo).
Space Monsters issue 2 Emily Booth vs It! The Terror From Beyond Space design.
Space Monsters issue 3 Bride of Frankenstein in Outer Space design.
Space Monsters issue 3 Bride of Frankenstein in Outer Space design (variant).
Space Monsters issue 4 Godzilla design.
Space Monsters issue 4 Godzilla design (red variant).
Space Monsters issue 5 Doctor Who (Davros & Dalek) design.
Space Monsters issue 6 Dracula AD 1972 (Caroline Munro & Christopher Lee) variant design.
Space Monsters issue 6 Dracula AD 1972 (Caroline Munro & Christopher Lee) design.
Space Monsters Special B-Movie Robots & Aliens design.
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“SPACE MONSTERS” magazine launched in the summer of 2013 and we’ve been extremely proud of our vibrant cover art (all covers by Woody Welch except issue 6 which was created by Andy Lambert) and the positive feedback we’ve consistently received from our readers. With six issues under our belt (including two variant covers) we would like to get some feedback from you about your favourite cover art so far and what you’d like to see in the future!
Our Special Offer BARGAIN PRICE for Space Monsters issue 4 over at Amazon.co.uk comes to an end on May 31st so hurry on over and order your copy now to avoid disappointment! This is our GODZILLA and GIANT MONSTER MOVIES special with tons of kaiju coverage as well as a brand new regular column from movie star Caroline Munro, a look at Kolchak: The Night Stalker, Logan’s Run, Hammer’s Frankenstein movies and tons more!
And that’s not all! We also have a Space Monsters Multipack offer on Amazon featuring issues 2 and 3 together for a very special BARGAIN PRICE! That’s 160 pages of monster movie action, classic sci-fi, Hammer Horror, sexy space babes, celebrity columnists and more in the best deal in the galaxy! If you already have these issues, why not buy copies for your friends, kids, parents or partner – everyone loves a good creature feature!
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“Space Monsters carries on the wonderful memorial work of well-known works like Dennis Gifford’s Pictorial History of Monster Movies or Alan Frank’s Horror Movies. Even the immortal Famous Monsters of Filmland didn’t have the inside dope – Space Monsters does!” – Jon Shipton
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Godzilla vs Hedorah ’s strength is that it doesn’t (wait for it…) recycle many ideas from previous movies, no aliens disguised as humans trying to invade earth, via Tokyo, for example. Visually Godzilla vs Hedorah stands out too. With lots of imaginative WTF moments, some finely crafted montages and visual trickery, it’s easily the most energetic and playful entry in the series. It contains a powerful message and, for a family movie, challenging imagery. It has both a point to make and manages to make it whilst staying true to its adventure-driven roots. That’s an accomplishment worth celebrating.
Yoshimitsu Banno wanted to do a movie about pollution, more specifically about a pollution monster. Unsurprisingly then, Hedorah is a play on the Japanese word for sludge or slime, hedoro. By the 1970’s Japan’s industrial practises were (like much of the cast) in full swing, waste and pollution the by-product of post-war economic development. The ‘save the earth’ theme music, written by Banno himself, was directly inspired by the influential American writer and marine biologist, Rachel Carson and her bestseller, Silent Spring, that documented the effects of pesticides on the environment. Hedorah represented not just a Japanese issue then but an international one. And the poor response Godzilla vs Hedorah received is also ironic given that Banno’s film has more in common with Tanaka and director Ishiro Honda’s 1954 original, Godzilla, with its overt political / environmental commentary, than any of the subsequent films….
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